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The Rams Are Facing a Four-Game Gauntlet. Can They Handle the Pressure? - The MMQBFrom J-Dogg (@jazz363611): Eagles making any moves for an RB or WR? — At running back http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/darren-sproles-jersey-authentic , barring the price dropping on Shady McCoy, I doubt it. Receiver, maybe. Defensive back, more likely. The Eagles see their biggest problems right now as defensive back and offensive tackle. At the latter, they are what they are, with big money tied to Jason Peters and Lane Johnson, and a need for Peters to get well and Johnson to get going. As for the former spot, Rodney McLeod is hurt and Philly could stand another to have another body at corner. The Eagles have shown a willingness to be aggressive in the past, so nothing should really surprise anyone.Nelson Agholor’s breakthrough should come against depleted Jaguars - BGNIt’s been confirmed that Patmon will not dress in London and the Jaguars’ personnel responses to 12/13 personnel lean heavy towards big nickel looks. Each week Pro Football Focus projects WR/DB match-ups and have the rookie safety Harrison tabbed as the man most responsible for covering Agholor. In coverage, Harrison has notched 64 passing play snaps, with 9 targets, 6 receptions allowed for 46 yards. He lodged 15 snaps covering slot receivers last week and allowed 2 catches for 18 yards. Not bad, but at his peak Agholor is one of the top slot receivers in the game. Is he still peaking or will this game only prove to raise more questions?Five over/unders for Eagles’ Week 8 matchup vs. Jaguars - PhillyVoiceBlake Bortles turnovers: 1.5 — Jacksonville’s QB Bortles has turned the ball over 13 times in seven games, with five fumbles and eight interceptions this year. Last week he fumbled twice, and two weeks before that he threw four picks. The Eagles defense hasn’t created turnovers at nearly as high a rate as they did during their Super Bowl run but impact players Jordan Hicks, Fletcher Cox and Malcolm Jenkins are healthy and overdue to make impact plays. Will they force Bortles to cough it up?Game Preview – PHI at JAX, UK Style - Iggles BlitzOne thing I didn’t cover in that piece is the Carlos Hyde angle. The Jags traded for him last week. Hyde sat out Sunday’s game, but will play this week. How much of the playbook does he know? Hyde is most effective as a workhorse runner. He’s not a playmaker. The Jags need something to get their offense going. Hyde isn’t going to come in an break off 80-yard runs, but his presence in the rotation can help the team get better production from their overall running game. Maybe. Philly is the #2 run defense. It feels like Haloti Ngata will be back this week. The Jags are missing their LT and multiple TEs. It is hard to run the ball when you don’t have your best runners or blockers. It is even tougher when you go up against a stout run D like the Eagles.Week 8 NFL score predictions: A guide to best games, fantasy help, more - ESPNFPI win projection: PHI, 62.6 percent. Blake Bortles will get another start, but he will have to improve on his 18.1 Total QBR over the past three weeks, second worst among 31 qualified quarterbacks in that span. But Bortles is 3-0 with a 8-1 TD-INT ratio and 68 Total QBR in London over the past three seasons, so maybe this will be a good opportunity for the struggling signal-caller.Eagles-Jaguars: numbers you need to know - Daily NewsThe Eagles are averaging just 3.22 yards per carry in the first quarter. That’s the third worst first-quarter rush average in the league, behind only Tennessee (3.00) and Buffalo (3.11).The five most intriguing games of NFL Week 8 - The AthleticThere’s plenty of blame to go around for the Eagles’ 3-4 start http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/stefen-wisniewski-jersey-authentic , but the simplest truth is that they need to score more points. The Eagles rank 22nd in the league with 22 points per game and managed just 17 points last week despite Carson Wentz completing 30 of 37 passes. To make matters worse, they’ve played a relatively easy schedule of opposing defenses. The Jaguars are the first top 10 DVOA defense the Eagles have played this season. So just as much as the defense should be expected to handle Blake Bortles, it’s time for what should be the team’s dominant unit to do something impressive.Philadelphia Eagles rookie Josh Sweat ready for potentially expanded role on defensive line - PennLive“I’m pretty confident,” Sweat said at his locker in the NovaCare Complex earlier this week. “I’m ready to go. I’ve been ready to go for the longest. I thought I would be playing a lot sooner, but it doesn’t work out like that. But I’ve always been ready.”An English Eagles Fan’s Mission: To See The Birds In Every NFL Stadium - PE.comIt’s a Monday after a big Eagles win. You wake up and go to work and want to talk about the game with your friends and co-workers. There’s just one problem. There are only two other football fans in the office. One is a Giants fan. The other is, you guessed it, a Cowboys fan. You might think this is hell. But this is life for James Boyce, a die-hard Eagles fan, from Benfleet, England. ”It’s massively hard work being an NFL fan over here,” said Boyce.Cheers, it’s Roob’s 10 Random Eagles Observations from London - NBCSPHis aggressive approach really makes Wentz’s career interception ratio even more ridiculous. He’s only thrown one INT this year, and that was in his first game. He goes into Sunday with 173 consecutive passes without an interception — 63 shy of Nick Foles’ team record set over 2012 and 2013. Wentz now has the third-lowest interception ratio in NFL history despite rarely taking the safe throw. The only QBs in the top 10 in NFL history in both highest TD percentage and lowest INT percentage are Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Russell Wilson and Wentz. Incredible company.Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Philadelphia Eagles primer: Key matchups, storylines, predictions, and more for Week 8 - Big Cat CountryJosh Walker vs. Brandon Graham. This is a terrifying mismatch in favor of the Eagles. A true nightmare. Walker has been doing his best in spot duty at a foreign position, and while he’s held his own all things considered, the speed to power rush style of Brandon Graham is an extremely poor match up for the former guard. Keep an eye on this and expect the Jaguars to use the running back to chip on more passing plays than usual.Jeremy Maclin will not play this year - PFTWhen last we heard from free agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, he was nursing a hamstring injury but still hoping to play this season. But the hamstring injury has proven to be more serious than he believed. Maclin needs surgery for the injury and will not play this season, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.NFL picks 2018, Week 8: Experts see easy wins for the Bears and Steelers - SB NationWe have a London game this week. Remember when the NFL was going to stop putting those turds on television at 9:30 in the morning? That didn’t last. The Jags, London’s home team, get an Eagles team that’s really hard to figure out right now. Precedent shows experience matters when it comes to playing overseas, but our panel is still split on who’s going to win this one....Social Media Information:BGN Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBGN Twitter: Follow @BleedingGreenBGN Manager: Brandon Lee Gowton: Follow @BrandonGowtonBGN Radio Twitter: Follow @BGN_RadioLuck has not been on the Eagles side in 2018 In order to win a championship Womens Chris Long Jersey , you have to be both lucky and good.Last year, the Eagles were not the luckiest team in the world. They suffered a number of injuries which could have crushed their season, including year-ending blows to their MVP franchise quarterback, their best offensive lineman, their best linebacker and their do-it-all veteran running back. Yet, through talent and depth, they managed to win the Super Bowl.Last year’s Eagles team also benefited from some good fortune. The NFC East was the weakest it had been in years. The NFC, as a whole, wasn’t terribly good. They were fortunate their schedule, as a whole, proved not to be especially challenging. They got a 61-yard, game-winning field goal from Jake Elliot in Week 3 that, had it not gone through, could have changed the team’s fortunes. They got lucky that Nick Foles caught fire. They got lucky when Bill Belichick weirdly refused to play one of his best cornerbacks in the Super Bowl. They were fortunate that Corey Clement’s TD catch in that Super Bowl wasn’t overturned. This year, the Eagles haven’t been able to catch many breaks, although it’s not as though they’ve had no luck. The Vikings kept the Eagles in the game with two missed field goals, and a lateral pass the Eagles recovered down two touchdowns gave them a chance to get back in the game. So it’s not as if the Eagles have been devoid of breaks. They just haven’t cashed in on enough of them.The team should certainly fixate on shoring up the offensive line’s pass defense, the entire offense’s inability to put points on the board (especially early) and the defense’s inability to stop opposing passing games, it would certainly help if they got a little lucky here and there, too.Here are just a few examples of how Lady Luck has not been smiling on the 2018 Birds season thus far.INJURIESLast year, the Eagles were able to overcome injuries to Carson Wentz, Jordan Hicks, Jason Peters, Darren Sproles, and Chris Maragos. This year, things have been different http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/malcolm-jenkins-jersey-authentic , and they got significantly worse on Monday.The Eagles struggled to replace Wentz early, had virtually no wide receivers with Alshon Jeffrey not returning until Week 4, Mike Wallace getting hurt in Week 2, and Mack Hollins out until midseason at the earliest. Corey Clement has been banged up and missed time, Sproles has been dealing with a balky hamstring for multiple weeks now, and now Ajayi is out for an extended period of time, too.The Eagles also lost Rodney McLeod, who we are finding out was far more valuable than anyone realized. They have not been able to overcome many of these injuries and, as much as anything else, it’s helped lead to uneven and sloppy play.ROUGHING THE PASSERIn their losses to the Titans and the Vikings, the Eagles have gotten hosed on two roughing the passer calls, one in which Carson Wentz almost got his face ripped off and one in which Michael Bennett was called for one of the most ridiculous personal fouls you will ever see.First, the Bennett play on Sunday, which was simply a terrible, terrible call.The Eagles had that sack taken away from them when referee Walt Coleman said Bennett went “low into the quarterback’s knees with his shoulder, with force.” That is an obviously laughable call, but it also comes on the heels of this non-call in which Wentz was lucky to avoid major injury.A former NFL vice president of officiating even thought the Eagles got hosed. That’s two weeks in a row, kids.BAD BOUNCESThrough five weeks, only two teams have a worse turnover margin than the Eagles’ -4, Jacksonville’s -7 and San Francisco’s -8. The Eagles have lost seven fumbles this year. SEVEN. Last year the Birds lost 11 fumbles for THE ENTIRE YEAR.Some of that is just bad luck. Take, for instance, this play from Sunday.Look, Lane Johnson got beat on an inside move that resulted in Wentz getting hit, which happens. But the ball popping up into the sky and right into the arms of Linval Joseph was terribly unlucky. It was unluckier that Joseph then rant it 64 yards to the house.Last year, that ball probably falls to the turf harmlessly. This year, it falls right into the hands of a defender.Then there was the onsides kick that bounced off the shoulder pads of wide receiver Adam Theilan and almost found its way into the hands of an Eagles special teams player.Anytime a team puts the ball on the ground http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/jason-kelce-jersey-authentic , there is a risk the other team will get it. But sometimes the ball bounces funny, and so far this year, the Eagles have been terribly unlucky when it comes to losing fumbles.DROPSDrops are also a part of football, but they’re a bit unlucky in the sense that sometimes you can draw up exactly the right play, make the right throw, and execute in every facet except the easiest part, the actual catch itself.Wendell Smallwood’s 3rd down drop inside the red zone yesterday was terrible. Nelson Agholor dropped three catchable balls in the Tennessee game. Zach Ertz had a few uncharacteristic drops in the opening-week win against the Falcons. Through five games, the Eagles have 10 dropped passes, tied with the Browns and Vikings for the most in football. Dropped passes really, really hurt.OTHERSThe Eagles unfortunately took on a Tampa team at the height of FitzMania, when Ryan Fitzpatrick was playing out of his mind. Hey, who knows, maybe he would have shredded the Eagles pass defense no matter what, but for the first two weeks of the season, the Bucs QB was playing out of his mind early on.The Birds also took on a Titans team that saw Marcus Mariota play the game of his life, and on Sunday, Vikings QB Kirk Cousins made some throws under pressure I didn’t think he could make in a million years. However, luck is not the reason the team is 2-3. Too many times this year, the Eagles have not executed. Offensively, defensively, coaches and special teams — all have had a hand in a frustrating first five weeks.Getting some better luck would help a little, but some bad luck here and there isn’t even among the top five reasons why the Eagles have stumbled out of the gate in 2018.

 

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